SharePoint 2013: Beginning DevelopmentThis course is for those who are either new to SharePoint development or already know SharePoint but want to upgrade their development skills to SharePoint 2013. This course starts off with diving right into getting your SharePoint 2013 development environment up and running. Then it quickly diverts to the discussion of various developer tools and when to use which one. This course dives deep into the various options available for Apps development and also how to package and publish them to the App store. In addition, this course dives into Business Connectivity Services to connect your external systems to SharePoint. It also talks about creating your first event receiver and workflows on the SharePoint 2013 platform. Author of this series is Steve Fox, Director at Microsoft Services. Steve has been working at Microsoft since 1998 and is currently leading a global team of cloud architects helping enterprises make the transition to the cloud through Windows Azure and modern business apps.
Watch these video samples from the DVD:
- Getting your SharePoint 2013 Development Environment Up and Running
- Welcome to the new SharePoint 2013 Application Model
- Training from actual SharePoint professionals and instructors
- Videos cover skills on Beginning Development in SharePoint 2013
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
- This video package can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
|SP13-311 SharePoint 2013: Beginning Development DVD Download|
|Level: Intermediate||Approx Time: 3 hrs|
|SharePoint Videos||Duration (mm:ss)|
|1||Getting your SharePoint 2013 Development Environment Up and Running||Provides an overview of how to set up your development environment for Office 365 so you can build cloud-hosted applications.||9:51|
|2||Welcome to the new SharePoint 2013 Application Model||Introduces the new Cloud-hosted app model for SharePoint 2013. This includes SharePoint-hosted, Autohosted, and Provider-hosted applications.||12:36|
|3||SharePoint 2013 Provider-Hosted App Model||Provides a deeper-level overview of the App Model, specifically focusing on Provider-hosted apps.||14:39|
|4||SharePoint 2013 Developer Tools: When to use What?||Provides an overview of the different development tools (e.g. SharePoint Designer, “Napa” in-browser tools, and Visual Studio) you can use to build and deploy SharePoint apps.||13:23|
|5||Using Windows Azure for SharePoint 2013 Cloud-Hosted Apps||Windows Azure is Microsoft’s new Cloud platform. This lesson introduces Windows Azure and the important part it plays within the new Cloud-hosted app model.||11:21|
|6||Deploying and Packaging Apps for SharePoint 2013||Provides an overview of what comprises a SharePoint .APP package and how you upload/deploy apps to SharePoint 2013.||11:37|
|7||Publishing your Apps to the App Store||Introduces the Office App Store and provides an overview of how you can publish your app to it.||23:38|
|8||Using the Client-Side Object Model in SharePoint 2013||Introduces the Client-Side Object Model, which is a client-side API that you can use to interact with SharePoint programmatically.||13:04|
|9||Using the SharePoint 2013 REST/OData APIs||Similar to the Client-Side Object Model, you can use REST/OData to interact with SharePoint. This lesson provides an introduction for how to use the REST/OData APIs for SharePoint 2013.||16:01|
|10||Creating your First App for Office 2013||Provides an overview of how you create Apps for Office, including an overview of the App Manifest, leveraging HTML5/JS, and deployment.||10:23|
|11||Using Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013 to Connect to your External Systems||Business Connectivity Services (BCS) connect external data with SharePoint through external content types. This lessons describes how you can build an external content for SharePoint 2013.||9:59|
|12||Creating your First Remote Event Receiver in SharePoint 2013||Remote event receivers enable you to raise events in SharePoint at different times. This lesson walks you through how to add a simple remote event receiver to your SharePoint 2013 application.||11:35|
|13||Using Workflow in your SharePoint 2013 Solutions||Workflow helps manage business process within your SharePoint application. This lesson walks you through how to build a rules-based workflow for SharePoint 2013.||12:21|